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Recent State Action in Recognition of LGBT History Month

October is LGBT History Month, founded by a Missouri high school history teacher in 1994 to increase awareness of LGBT issues and the...

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Using Holocaust Education to Develop Tolerance, Empathy in Schools

Holocaust survivor, author and activist Elie Wiesel is quoted saying, “Once I thought that antisemitism had ended; Today it is clear to...

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States Establish Holocaust Education Policies

The Days of Remembrance for the victims of the Holocaust were commemorated across the country during the week of April 4th this year. This...

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Black History Beyond Black History Month

Black History Month was celebrated throughout the United States last month, from the White House to classrooms across the country. In...

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Virginia Commission Reimagines African American History Education

At no other time in my living memory has the United States experienced such an intense reckoning with its racial history. As the Virginia...

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Four Ways State Leaders Can Help Teachers Implement High-Quality Curriculum

States have a lot on their plates as they prepare for the 2020-21 school year, and the list is only continuing to grow. State leaders are...

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The Importance of Providing Native American Education for All Students

One of the key takeaways from “Becoming Visible” — a recent report that analyzes state efforts to bring high-quality Native American...

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